Hotel Country Comfort
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- Free parking
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... and he gave us a low down on process of tea picking. If you're lucky on your way there will be some women near the path and you'll be able to snap some great shots. Watch out who you photograph as there are some women determined to haggle some rupees out of you for their photo. Carrying a few smaller notes can be a good idea if you're keen on getting the photos (and it works out a lot cheaper then a ...
... Paul thinks I'm crazy, and they have a hair dryer in the room, I am quite happy here :D
Anyway, back to Ella, we took a wee stroll up Little Adams Peak, a gentle walk which ends with lots of steps and a bit of rough track to some of the most stunning views I have seen in a while. On a good day the guide books say you can see all the way to the sea, but we were not blessed with a day quite that clear, we still had an incredible view though. Tea plantations ...
... anything; more importantly, we forget that most of the things we think we miss, we don’t need (or sometimes really even want) anyway.
If we don’t have to think, struggle a little, knick ourselves on the sharp edges once in a while, we lose appreciation for the value of suffering. Suffering in whatever degree is a critical need-to-have—because, as with joy, it connects us to the rest of the world ...
... Early the next morning, having already decided to extend our stay another night in Ella, we walked up Little Adams Peak. Even at 8am it was roasting hot but the climb wasn't too strenuous & the views were fantastic. We thought about going off down some random steep paths but our choice of flip flop footwear was soon shown to be a bad one as Mike started sliding down the hill! So ...
... teaching. It was shocking to find out Sri Lanka has a population of nearly 21million, and has only 10 psychologists & 50 psychiatrists. Sri Lanka also has one of the highest suicide rates in the world. I could tell at this point even before attending any projects that Sri Lanka is a country in need of help in so many ways. In my first week I attended workshops on special needs, mental health and teaching at the youth centre in maharagama, a district ...